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I rtr iT r- Y THE CLAY CITY TIMESR 50 Cents a Year in Advance t We are here to help Clay City tbe Sarrounding Coontry and Ourselves I E Burgher Publisher VOL xl CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY AUGUST 30 1906 NO H5 Great Reduction SALEr Everything is Going at Reduced Prices for the r Next Six Weeks Granulated Sugar6c per pound All Calicoes 5 12Cyard T Good Dress Ginghams 8130 9CiPatent Medicines Sxoo Bottles 850 soc 3sc Babbitts Lye 8c per cans Magic Food For Horses Cattle and Poultry c These few prices mentioned promlscoiuly w from our large and varied itock are given to 4showwhat la going on In our stop Come and see for yourself that we can save You mon r ey J B Eaton Leader In Low Prices Wt Basil Flooring Ceiling Vita datl Pickets Shingles and Store Fronts New Orphans Home The Presbyterians of Kentucky have bought the handsome brick residence and forty acres of land adjoining near the cemetery from the Kentucky Union Gompany for 850000 and the same into an orphan home Other necessary improvements will be added and the place put in an ideal condition for such a homeThis is a splendid place for such a home and this denomina tion has made a wise selection are said to he com ing in from benevolent friends of the little orphans and it is claimed that the institution will be started off with liberal funds and kept going with every assur ance of success Every body in Clay City ex tends to the home Il hearty wel come and should do all in their reasonable power to help this worthy institution to success in its most charitable mission At Pikeville last week the Repub licans nominated John W Langley of Floyd county for Congress in this district Its all the same with Frank Hopkins he can beat one just as easy ns another and none can interest him in the race at all Now s the Time to buy your needs in seasonable goods We are closing out iourline o- fMillinery all White Goods and Ev L erything in Summer Wear in our t StoreAT COST wantibut may have sold it tomorrow Our price on these yet season able goods will make themmove in a hurry and you should not miss this opportunity if there is anything yet lacking in your Summer wearing appareland etc I C SHIMFESSEL Telephone No 38 s REblNE6 MFG Go Winchester Ky MdQufactur 1 doors Blinds Weatherboarding a n Stairways Etc willconvert Contributions We are Headquarters for Building Paper- FeltBoofing Flintoid Roofiing and Etc t Send us Yourelse tlnafes iIrr V Jrw Pfomp Shipments fi iIt w r j Y li L I 4 ear r c z- S n t n 1 3 wri rv r Killed by Lightning W P Farrel traveler for MontenegroRiehne Piano thej puny Lexington was killed last Wednesday by lightning at Tor rent When found his right shoulder was broken hair burn ed from his head and the whole length of his body scorched His necktie was driven into the bark of the tree his clothing torn to shreds andso le of the peices carried a considerable distance He had 80 in hs pocket before the accident but afterwardonly a f5 bill was found and that was thirty feet from the body His watch was partly melted and the hands had stopped at 140 oclock whichmarked the exact time of the fatal stroke Clay City Not Asleep We learn for a certainty that the big saw mill will be rebuilt and also are informed that an ice plant will be put up here in time for next springs business Verily Clay City is not now sleeping and in due time if our predictions come true she will be a leading city in Eastern Ken tucky Let the day hasten Bought a Nice Home T J Thomas and wife sold Tuesday to John W Williams of Powell county their handsome suburban homo containing aboutI 80 acres on Ou ingsville 10000 Possession given Tanu ary 11907 Mr Williams will move to this fcounty to reside He is an cxclribntcitizen andwe gladly welcome him to our com munity Mt Sterling Gazette Some Cattle Sales K W Garrett of this county sold to Charlie Fortner of Pilot View fifteen head of 1000 lb steers at 8 cents to be weighed here about Sept 15th Edwin Rose sold to same par1y ten head of like cattle for same money Drink WAINSCOTTS POP THE WORLDLO- OKS PLEASANT to the young nun or woman who has A Savings Account because m ease of sickness and other eoergeacies they have something to- W back OB Have you a savings acceu If Mt Wt put of opcBing one aay 1eecerYCUI start an KCCMtt with ONE DOLLAR and aaay be the iMftMcirf the build iac Hp of a large Fortune as this is the way taost eE ear wealthiest men began the icrusMslsiisii of their mosey We pay 3 per teat interest com poundeii every sk months on Savings Accounts Call or write for booklet giving rules governing our Savings Accounts Gay City National Bank y t 1 z r 11iti Clearance Sale i of Millinery ALL TRIMMED AND UNTRiMM- EIDHATS i l This Sale to be Re ardless of COST1 In order to make room for my Ear ly Fall Stock II Come Early and Get Choice I l Mrs W N Bush s GbAY CITY KY i IC A A cc 2ogo0oP- BAiIMdS THE = BIG = RLIIEGRASS =FAIR= 20000 pnlroM LEXINGTON SEPTEMBER 17th TO 22nd The biggest and best Fair ever held in the South Classifications Include MilitaryBandFor Catalogue cad other laformatloB address CEO A SecyLexington The east bound train was late Monday morning and many who aimed to go to Winchester on makingthethe Jackson tunnel the travel between here and Jackson has been greatly impeded Candidate for Congress Wayne Cooper merchant at Sal yersville son of A P Cooper the eminent lawyer and veteran tem I perance advocate of Magoffin coun ty and the nephew of one of Mt Sterlings leading lawyers J E Cooper late candidate for the Dem ooratio nomination for Congress ia the announced Antilicense Prohibi Tenthdlstrktsandcanvass I Mr Cooper is a middle aged man just in the prime of life a church ane Sundayschool worker well connected and has a host of rela tives and friends Perhaps tip man IN in the district is more suitable to head the ticket of the Antilicense Prohibition party Am prepared to do custom grinl ing every day during the week Meal guaranteed to be first class Hrlng your turn and give me ix tdal G W Anderson Clay City Ky MUeage Books Lost Two Editorial mileage books of the L E Railway were lost on the public road between Clay City and Stanton last Saturday The books were issued to the pub lisher of this to whom they should hereturned to receive reward We have a lot of the best paint in the world which we will sell cheap If you buy 1500 worth we willsell it to you at cost- Littlepage da Son- Y t t THE TIMES rUUUSIIED EVERY THUUSDAY TJ 15 Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in aj1 vancc otherwise 75 Cents Entered as secondclns mail mutter Thursday Aug HO loot CLUB RATES i 1 For the convenience of our sub rViibura TC have arranged club rate with the following vJcrs at price I v mentioned Tiit TIMES and Courier Jonrnnl l OO CincinnatifEnq iror 1101- Ie Louisville Commercial 75 II Home and Farm 75 SPOUT SPRING R II Niblnck was belov fII the first of tlioMieek on business Juinos AiFox of Winchester is liercthis week on u business mission Asa Todd attended tvodayS of the camp meeting atSpruc last week I hIv W Eo Heflin has bought another trout of nifiiiiprovfd laiid adjoining his other lnnd Jill Clark county Iat 2 00pel acre Administrators W G Patrick and George VV Lewiswilt have a public sale Thursday1 Septem ber 0 ofall personal property belonging to the estate of James F McKinney deceased at his late reidence near here Preaching Saturday and Sunday at the Baptist church by Elder George W McIntoshI There will probably tracted meeting held at this church beginning in a few days when the services of a visiting minister will bo secured to as sist Elder McIntosh Beware of Ointments Per Catarrh That Contain Mercury- as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell anJcompletely de range the whole system when entering it through the mucous sur faces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians asthe damage they will do isen fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Hulls Catarrh Cure manufactured byFJ Cheney tL Co Uoledo 0 contains no mer cury and is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and niucpusVurf nces pfthe uInbuyT Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is talon intcr 1lllyand made in Toledo Ohio by F J QhencrCITest imomals free Sold byDruggistB + Price 75cc per bottle Take Hulls Family Tills for con stipation Trip to Niagara Falls CONTINUED FltOM LAST wEEK We loft Niagara Monday morn ing July 80 for TorontoCaim by the Gorge Rbute down theriver Ito Lewiston where ao took the steamerC6ronttl As you go down the river yoy haypjawiio view you see the Whir popl Rapids whero the curre ruslre6 o nv11Jcl at a speed of fortyanilestinhour next youusee the Sentinel Rock in the Gorge then thoWhirlpool tho greatest river pocket in the world The current of time river makes many changes from sidfc to side until it reaches Lew iston ou the Lake Hero w took the steamer Coronas Mr Clapp YastliovConductor Not being acquainted with the capac ity of a boat 277 feet tong thought that wo would founder her at the wharf as 1500 passengers were there to go on board On making inquiry found that time boat was chartered to carry 8500 passengers so those waiting were all on board At 880 a in we set sail for Toronto As the steamer leaves Lewiston and they turn in mid stream and start their journey down the lake ainagnificent view of Brooks monument can be had Brocks monument at Queens to wn is a noble shaft 00 feet high whih was erected to com memorntotho glorious deeds of tJteJravoman who gave his life- ihFfime battle of Queenstown Heights on the 13th of Oct 1812 We lead a fine sail which ewe all certainly enjoyed Wo soon got out of sight ofland It took three hours to sail from Lewis- ton to Toronto On the steamer I met W 0 Win lliicl family of Pleasant troverVa He is Tice President of the Merchants Bunk Luenburg Co Va I en joyeHliis company for two hours He and family were out for six weeks tour lIe very generous ly invited nil Kentuckians to vis it the Worlds Fair ut Jimestown Va next year- Toronto is an Indian name and means a place ofrmeeting We were favorably impressed with the people that woo met an To ronto All could speak good English The first thing after landing was to go to the Rossin Hotel for dinner After dinner we took a threehour street car ride over the city and found it very admirably laid out flue streets are broad and we noticed fine and beautiful parks and some very fine stone and brick Guildings One in particular was the new city hall which is situated I at the head of Bay street The site alone cost 250000 was built in 1889 ut a cost of one and a halfmillion dollars Thebuild ing is 300 feet square is built of stone and is Romanesque archi tecture It has a tower 800 feet high with an illuminated clpck which is 21 feet in diameter and is one of the largest in the world It is a thing of beauty The city of Toronto has 17 Jbeautjful parks The Alien Gar Jens ire located at time corner of Carlton and Sherbonrno streets and occupy a space of ten acres all of which are highly cultivated I am toldnliat thoPrince of Wales visited this gardeiMii I860 A Iinmlsnmn fqul1t ill 2 li fIqhe attraction ntJII1llfe- of public resort I the cost of which Is said to be 20OQO II There are many outer places of interesttha6I would likel to notice but it would make it too lengthy At315 wofook the steamer Chicora for Lewiston arriving at Niagara at 710 thus finishing up the days journey Tuesday morning we spent Niagara at 2p m wd left iHt of electridcar lino for 3ufl N Y on1 our way home Wear rived at Buffalo and took in a portion ofrti o city imr timed for supper Buffalo is ti nice town there saw President McKinloyd 1lI0nulllentuhicllwas just finish ed1itlsq n fiijio piece of work and built of fine stone We took the Western steamen t6r J tflIIorl1lngatWo put up tel which vas the best hotel we struck according toour taste After breakfast we took a ride overt j he cit 0ur street car coiyiuc tordttolwidefullbloodDutchl I v man but a fine fellow Be took groat pains in showing andpoint ing out places of interest which were top numerous for us to mention He showed us tho home of our seed man D 11 Ferry which was indeed a swell aflair We took the train at fI p m for Oin cinnati arriving Thursday morn ing at 8a m We took break fast and dinner at Palace Hotel and left for Winchester at 815 p m arriving at 0 p ml thus ending the 8day outing Thanks to Mr J D Wyatt for tho proficient manner in which he conducted the excursion Long will this trip bo remembered by nil present W E Heflin OUR DIG CLUBBING OFFER By special arrangement with the Southern Agriculturist the popular semimonthly farm paper of Nashville Tenn we are able to give our readers the advantage of a clubbing bller which we be hove is tho most liberal ever made by any newspaper in tho South In the first place we will send time TIMKS and Southern Agricul turist a whole year to tiny newer old subscriber who pays us JOe This great semimonthly farm paper goes twice every month in to 50000 southern homes and the regular price is 50 cents a year It is edited by southern men and women to suit southern condi tions and is just what our far mers need It answers free of charge any question a subscriber may ask and its advice is given in a plain practical way which any farmer can understand All departments of form life are cov ered including delightful home and child rons pages Sample copies at this ofiicp IToSo many wheat flaked foods have come and gone Lock of quality of course The richness that is distinctively noticeable in Cream Crisp gives it u taste quality un equalled This accounts for growing business e I uuIIJ M WilliAMS oA WOODEN PUMPt Ji AGuar AU repoirsaytl9 qlabove ground f 1iTake off Fulcrum aid If puUpoglPmuhgerftiriepolFssaie I as oodenuuittP 8 n- I H LOOKrfOR + d viuoc soon n r H JJJcr I rpakrlalExtra I preventqfreeing I changeable I sold by deamere everyyrbere carrythem coetetooWILLIAMS PUMP CO 473 Harmon St Indianapolis liwlj lr YuThInk T of Getting that New Dress his Fall U4 Tjfjt aai iiiior Pants Rain Coat Shoes or Slippers better see our line before buying4 II Some Hot Weather Bargains I t0 tf t 5cLawns atI otraii 4c 712 n a eta 5 Ion 4j 8 13j Calico r 6 4JGranulated Sugariv 6 12 B 15et m fcH China Glass and Tin vare at Closes Prices I Mens Hats arc going fast ask to see them next time youre in Blacks and Colors Mrs J W Williams Clay City Kentucky t the Whitest WhiteCake 1- lAndi Pearl and Bakers PrideFloun t1 I JI Take No Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANUFACTURED BY J A CAIN VERSAILLES KY IISold by our Leading Merchants INSURE WITHRii P A LY0NSe SON i 1ToLe ttdin r IUMIHUHOO AtfoutM fit u of Em adto1Jl lltno1c Over 200000000 1 ti IRepresented r Oft POLItADOT CANS Ith1rD rB ltp lr f + + mfvQli k1wImporluuhMemore =0111000 Winnw TIM Y u1n Iw WHlaeiwrw WiuY PlGO A imall Inveiiment m punt iddi greatly to the value and bei ybl your property in4 make you i good neighbor making i neighborhood Good one of he bett inveitmcnit and payi big returni in improvtd valjca tinvingnotanupeme Out when you paiotvbuv only r VJltlod ICknowledgcTIlerea4ytomiewthBleedoillot every good reason we know B Littlepag sonINLOCM PAINT 0 COMPANY CLAY CITY KYH 9+ m c 4v THE TIMES AN ALL 1IOME MADE PAPER Il t- iftt THURSDAY AUG 80100h I VLOiMV BREVITIESV 5 Ju1trolJyV 1ltllyffVarsa WIisin thecity Yw Many from here attended the camplneetihR at Spruce Sunday io James A Fox of Winchester w was hero yesterday transacting business JohiiFreeman of Fox was transacting btuiness in lieecity i LtliurslnyrMiss N iinie ltoynbldsof Oar lisle is the f guest of her cousin Mrs J W Williams 1 V t 1 i I1G Burgher has been up the road severaldnps this week J looking after some mineral interests k Miss Lizzie Mixe0f this city took first prcimuuon piano coy I dr at theLiiwronceburg fair last 1 week Kobert Henry and family of Vinchestertare visiting relatives in the city and on llardwicks creek U + I Misses Fannie and Eva Reed 1 of Oy liia5 liVftre5juot8 of their t cousins Misses Mary and Grace Sliiinfcssol 4 A i- Jelin Holman of Terre Hatitc I lnd i has returned to his home j aftor spending a few days with relatives in this county Mrs Minnie Eluglfes and daugh tel Miss Jessie of North Niddle T tooIIIIO guests t f their cousin Mrs J W Williams Misses Oueda Lit t lepuge and Lizio JHsco returned Monday from a protracted visit to rein t tives at Lawrenceburg II L Hunter representing Mansfields Hour mill Winches 1 turnwusliere Momlav taking or wriersfor the celebrated product of their mills ITlio torridwenther fur the past few weeks was broken Monday by almost a days light rain It was very pleasant Tuesday but yesterday was slightly warmer I h9 Pastor Geo D Prentiss will preach his last sermon at the Methodist church Sunday A church conference will bo held Monday night when all members are requested to be present Miss Floretta South a former music teacher of this city has been selected principal of music iii the Hazel Green Academy of llaxol Green Miss South is a vveryctumblo teacher and a most agreeable girl ill L Hall of Independence Mo is very dangerously ill at his homo with paralysis follow iiiga two days hemorago of the nose Mr Hall fs a native Powell cud IS the f ttlier of rsI W It Shimfessel I W Eo Ueilin of this county howns a good fiinn in dlark county this week bought aixy seven acres of unimproved land adjoining his farm at 2500 per acre Sir llcllin will build a boucle on his now purchase lfOCUREACOLD IN ONE DAY Take LAx vri1E BROMO Qui pin Tttblots Drttggietsrefuntlmnn r if itfIsto clre hi lnln GROVES signature iS opsaint box J oC ro t C1fJd r SiFyrr L r t Miss Mary Shimfessel leaves today for Pynthhum where she will attend ufo high school at that place tr i Vcddlng Announced 1t Miss Virginia Lyle Wills hinghtor B j1 riffi111rs John I Wills of Walton Ky but formerly of this county will hA married to Mr Oveii Sidney Watts a prominent merchantof Walton atthe homo of the Soptehnrer12 nf1el hy I To Clean off Cemetery All persons interested in the improvement of the Eaton graveyard are requested to he present on the ground Saturday lIIornin1- am help clean oil same Steps will be taken to nrganixo a cemetery company and care for the beautiful city of the dead in the future A Mystery Solved 4Hotvto keep oil periodic attacks of billiousncss and Imbitulljonsti potion was n mystery that Dr Kinks XW Life Pills solved for mo writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia IndrCho only pills- tthntaregimarentcell ta give perfect satisfaction toevefybodyor money refunded Only 25c at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Death of Mrs Druslc Lyle MrsDrusie Lyle died Sunday at Mt Sterling and was buried Tuesday Mesdames Jennie Rims JIMof the deceased attended thoiiu neral WillLylfeof this city is also a son of the deceased Her husband Henry Lyle died some- years ago In Self Defense Major Huinin editor ami manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked four years ago by Piles bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salvo of which he says It cured mo in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Hums Sores Cuts and Wounds Sou SwannDay Lumber Gos store AVIII Build Electric Road For a long lime the city council of Winchester refused to grant an acceptable franchise to the interurbane roach from Lex in ton Lint at a recent session of aytimefrau fliiso was grunted Iud the toad built at once ilChd ofmunyi was that the electric line would detract trade from J Winchester to Lexington but this theory has grown weaker un til now it seams that every Luc is anxious for the road ir jjrt Qalvcstpns Sea 1Vnl- lllitakcslife now us sate in that city liB jin tlictltigher ujilands + E 4- Goodl W c j who resides on Dutton St7 in VncOTex deeds no sen wall forsafetyr lie vritesr 11 have used Dr ICings New Discovery for Consumption time post five years and it ulei11andSSufe 1k- tirraZtlliattiniuIiadii cotiglr which r vears growing worset hvoW its jyonoVTtGuriiai cronic poHghi Lu Grippe Group Whoo lln t Imo tiililIllutlatntprevents buttle unranl ed at SwannDay Lumber Cos store Price 50c and 100 fcilftllu ttlefree nillinery r 1V G rasa tfieo liuoof ladtcstudalill ilrons triinmeil lintstnndiiifunts cup 1Wu T l tEEtt lr WHEN YOU SHOOT III r You want to JIlT what you are aiming at be It bird beast or target brake your shots count by shooting the STEVENS For 41 yean STEVENS ARMS have catrfcd oft 1UEMIKU HONORS for ACCURACY Outline Rifles Shotguns Pistols Ask TO or IalerlaI- tit on the STEM 11011 cannot dalewe sliiji dire t tx frees jernlA uryn- re elpt 110111111 nl1IBeautiful threecolor Aluminum Hanger will ba forwarded lot tj cents in stamps is Stevens Arms Tool Cal PO Box 4096 OHICOPEE FALLS MASS U S A J Thu End of The World of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Boar hove la ofnil usefulness came when he began taking Electric Hitters Ho writes Two years ego Kidney trouble caused mo great puffering which I would never have survived hud I not taken Electric Bitters They jiilsocuml lilt of General Debility Sure cure for all Stoinoeh Liver arid Kidney complaint Blood dis eases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Prico oOc Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Co- Elders JW McCiillister of Waltcrsville and Newton L Shropshire of Lexington are holding a protracted meeting at Virden Good interest mind good attendance are favoring their en deavors but the meeting has not progressed long enough to see re suits r A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES telling Blind Bleeding Protrud ing Piles istl ar authorized to refund uiortoyif PAZO OIN P MENT fails to cure in 0 to 11 days 500 Wanted Wanted Your Roosters Hens Ducks Geese Turkeys Eggs etc for which I will pay highest cash prices GEO W ANDERSON JR 1 Clay Cityf Ky 4 t+ l THE hinchestei Bank IXCdaPURtTEi 1HWnmusroo Pres Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030 = Wes idi the aotnitsof individ gals firms and conjurations 848 FEELING LIVERISH This MorningTAICE I 4 A Gentle Laxative t And AppetIzer d t Aaif i Iit lc U Iri IltJ r 1 I 1mInteres i To spend your money where it goes time farthest l and you dont have to go fur to find that place Our store is ulway ready to supply your wants in- V IrlDry Goods Notions Clothing Huts Shoes Furnishings Groceries Hardware Haaness Saddlery Funning Implements and etc GI 5 y Ik tSoi f t R1 We will appreciate your trade and take to exchange foe goods all kinds of Country Produce at IIighcstiJIIIl- 1rkct price Will pay you CASH for lies and all kinds of timber which you may have to sell Dont forgot the placeiPr AoEo BARNETT lit SON j Kvl1CLAY CITY 1 i tt Ih 1M vfcvJujkJEl lSSSi ulrakll C t= ri yiliil J tiy rUNION COLLEGE A CHRISTIAN COLLEGE IN Near the Famous Cumberland GapiFull Academic Normal and College Courses I Unsurpassed Musical Department j Curriculum based on the University Senate of the United States Elegantly 4 Furnished Dormitories Tuition as low as consistent with the besladvantages Special rates for miniSterial students and children of ministers 1- I A FACULTY OF FOURTEEN GRADUATES OF LEADING EASTERN jjf AND MIDDLE WESTERN COLLEGES IVrile for Catalogue and full pnrticula- rsPRESIDENT 1 JAMES W EASLEY Barbouwillc Kyr ntm I y Tii3 ieat Mm Kerb Tea CALOQU NE Contains no Calomel no Quinine does the work of both Tones up a sluggish liver and rundown system removes all impurities and secretions restores lost appetite and youthful complexion cures all diseases of the kidneys liver and bowelspurifies the blood SOLD UNDER A POSITIVE GUARANTEE If taken according to directions it will put you on thu road to health and a happy life worth the living Its natures own remedy composed of roots herbs etc Price 50 cents Sold by n Trees Plants Vines For time Springof 1100 the Blue litIstock of Fruit and Ornamental frees Evergreens Shrubs Straw berries Grape Vines Small Fruits etcjosIon npplitttionto w ji H FHH BineyBri 1 Sonsi LEXINGTONy KY fJ Town Property for Sale f Two cottages on Sovinth ave with seven lots bask fliSNtiie i vBtin 9ltfr ult tt n r j 4 t1 14 W Wnlleill t yet t My wife bought a jws vf + ter tlay Ihtit tihe calltfii ideaf If f the bill today It is What iu iv thinkahout i o L t shown by what they do V IGO TRAOC MAnKSIAnyone ae a sketch and deoCption mq I quickly rohRblypnlIRhf1Cmlllnl an uteentIon le a ttotia t tree Oldest for ecurlnffpiiteiHi lntentstaken through Munnft Cortroeta rxetat notice Scietrtific Jfiiterfcam AhndsomoirIllustrated wsekly 1 rIl stdre- ulntlon or RII e nuraal Ternsl3a fearl lour NOutili tl tlQI 1 brall 1UNN Co3BIBfM New York Offlco ca F 8UAVwhlDuton D 0 s v HowsYour LiverI- twill pay you to take good care of your liver because if you do your liverwill take good care of you Sick liver puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well liver keeps you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There Is only one safe certain and reliable liver medicine and that I- sThedfbrds BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful vegetable remedy has been the standby In thousands of homes and Is today the favorite liver medldne In the world It acts gently on the liver and kid neys and does not Irritate the bowels- It cures constipation relieves congestion and purifies the system from an overflow of bile thereby keeping the body In perfect health Price 25c at all druggists and dealersTest It The fool and his money are what keep the rest of us from starving to death For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing the natural secretions This action is obtained as a result of modern discoveries In medicine making it possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure such pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomachache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act ion on the nerves almost Instantly re lieve such distressing feelings as Dizziness CarSickness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by persevering In their use yoga do away with the cause Dr Miles AntiPain Pllla are guar anteed that first package win benefit or your money back Never sold In bulk T am thankful for the good Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have and are doing me Ever since the war I had spells of severe throbbing head ache caused by catarrh until six years ago I began taking AntiPain pms the remedy that ever gave me relief Since then I have not had one hard attack because I take a Pill dlMculty0TrOSAUNDEI1O FREEWrite to us for Free Trial of Dr Mlles Anti Pain Pllli the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your tell you IB and how to right ItFree DR MILES LABORATOIUES ELK1IART INnOf PROFESSIONAL CARDS Dr Bertram Smith Resident Dentist CLAY CITY KENTUCKY Office up stairs In the Central Note Ann where inexperienced Practitioner may be faun day end night prepared to execute aI kind a high grade work known to modern Dentistry R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON CLAY OITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON OLY OITV KY BR SMITH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CLAYCITY KY Jeff rsoIvi11e IThe camp meeting here haF come and gone eternity will divulge tho good accomplished The camp meeting was well attended the Saints came in from far and near and enjoyed a feast of good things ITwelve or fifteen ministers were present to preach the everlasting word and hold up a crucified Savior unto a dying world Alma Smith and Mrs IAliss Arnold and little daugh tor returned home from Illinois the 10 accompanied by J 0 Ew en who now resides at AlexanI der Ill- After September 10th Dr Ber tram Smith the Powellcounty dentist will be located at Stanton Ky Until the bank building is completed he will have an office upStairs in Alaj J B BlttckburncI building then in rooms 1 2 and 3 of the Powell County Bank build jug He will fit up the most com plete dental otllce in Eastern Ken tucky lIe will have two dental chairs arranged in separate apart ments so that a patient in the operating chair will riot be disturbed when another patient has a tooth extracted in the other room As he is so rushed in the dental ofllce he will not open his other office until January tat after which time he will bo prepared to treat diseases of the eye nose and ear and fit eye glasses To Preserve Eggs An agricultural journal gives the following method of pre serving eggs Have a kettle of boiling water on the stove and into this drop your eggs or better place them in a wire has ket prepared for boiling eggs let them remain as long ns it takes to count ten counting fusti then remove The eggs cannot be told from perfectly fresh ones as the heat cooks the fine inner skin and and no evaporation can take place There is no taste of lime about them when put up this way see J W Faulkner plaintiff- vs M E Law defendant Notice is hereby given that I will on Tuesday the 11th ofSept 1900 begin my sitting at the Court House in Stanton Ky to hear proof of claims against O G Law deceased and all persons having claims a gainst said estate will please to file them with me on or before said dateThis August the 28 1906 R JACKSON M 0 P C C Death of Miss Boone Miss Elmer Boone a twin daugh ter of Mr and Mrs I S Boil e died last Saturday at the home if her parents after a lingering illness of nearly two months A sad fea ture in this departure which was only a step to Jesus is that there were twin Sisters in this good family Elmer and Jessie who looked so much alike that their own house hold could hardly distingush be tween them These sisters were always together and were nice mod est girls beloved by every one who and TRADCIIAIIK prom obtaIDecS In- alrontrbr oro tee WeobalA PATLNT THAT PAY 11Teru lam tbor usrpeeM Led Mip TOO to aeoer Send model pro or ketch for fRCC report as pat nIsbla4 m lean pnetloa 8UR PANG RCFRtNCLB ForbeiOuWe Book on rroflttblo ruenU write to moamom e ve nth ltrtWASHINGTON D O knew them and the bereaved fami ly his the sympathy of the com munityStanton Citizen NOTICE All persons indebted to the es late of James F McKinney deceased are hereby notified to come forward and pay same without de lay Those having olaims against said estate will present same properly proven at once to the undersigned W G Patrick Kimbrell Ky or Geo W Lewis Winchester Ky- Administrators Farm For Sale 107 acres 3 miles from Clay City on Mt Sterling road The place has on it 650 apple and 600 peach trees and some pears plums cher ries grapes and other fruits all now beginning to bear The orchard is on a north hillside and rarely fails to bear fruit Good dwelling four neverfailing springs land suitable for grass and yields 8 and 10 bar rels of corn rer acre On this farm is located the noted Black Creek Lime Works with plen ty of material and fuel on the farm Will be sold on reasonable terms Apply to It S NOEL Clny City Kv Black Creek Lime Works R S NOEL Proprietor CLAY CITY KY Unslackend Limo in any quanti ty Will sell to dealer or consumer at Lowest Prices Will deliver at Clay City or sell at the kilns 920 Lime G5 cents per barrel at the kilns or 75 cents delivered in Clay CityKILLTHI COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I I FOR CONSUMPTION Price 6CS100Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK II ONLY 400 m HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER The Vcokl Co ricrJournal And THE TIMES Both one year for only One DollarFe- w people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJour nal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all thing it is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL one year and this pa per for the price named above Send your subscription for the combina tion to usnot to the CourierJour nlIM BAILEY Merchaat and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six days in the we Fresh Groan Bolted Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth toll THE IOIUIILA REVIVO I RESTOIIU VTALmI IMade ofMt I 11TOi pftr w theabove results In 30 day Itaeti powerfully and quickly Curse whin all oUunfML f sneminwillreaalntheir lootmanhedasdoid mm will recover their yontlifnl vtcor fcy wlai REVIVO It oulotlyaaditvtallratarMNervoau sue rust vitality Impotency UghUT Itsiwbaa- Lc PowerYailmg Memory WUD maauaa4all eActs of Mlfeboae ore aa4111411enUOa wblea oafltioa tor study boilnm or SMTrtW II sotonlytmeaby Wrtiogattheaeat of d4aabatI- esgre a serve toIIIq sad blood bsUder bring lag beck tile pllllc topa1w ebaebsndre storing the tie of youth It wards off Jnwallj and Canwnptlon Insist on baying RSVIVO sa other tt CM be tented Ia vat pocket By lUll RIAODerntekMAOT Mt tus110twWooUe wrSMsa RwsTawMu to ates fir ISIUI hemoiwr Book and adrtae t1A14 MEDICINE CO SssSfr For Sale inI Clny City Ky I By B Littlepage Son BAKERWIND ENGINES simpledurabloenclosed and free from dust and weather A coldrolled steel spindle on which all our wheels revolve requiring No Babbitting IS A FEATURE I Fastening the sails without rivets or bolts and the use of I 48 sails in wheel IS A FEATURE A smooth running Chilled eccentric driving the actuat ingrod IS A FEATURE I A chilled ballbearing turntable and self regulating device IS A FEATURE Write torCatalogStdandforexclodreagency for oar line In year Tldaity and Mean ftattti ee W8 a tea Put AU oar good tarry wWI them oar toll TNC HELL RALL R 00 MIn Ohio U a IT SAVES MANY DOLLARS TJ1e personal test meantfor erery man rich or poor who take prideIII Tim Economy TroNstrs Pritstreaayquick No botherno trouble Presses troUIed 10 well aa to create tbeengofeveathewell dressed mancoking VUllDcbd II few minute time 1IO Atsnor would CJUIIP BTeoenu Bent on trial Circular E T NURROWLS treoITahoe Laxative Quinine I slewIitilNa tlril M MSc I IMM1 trlMa y nzws Fi The Ha an Gas of Gasoline En ine The Best the Simplest j the most reliable the most Durable made Write today for particulars We also handle a full Belting Hose Pipe Pipe Fittingsand GENERAL SUPPLIES Repair Work a Specialty THE HAGAN Gas Engine Mfg Co WINCHESTER KT l Rheumatic l So many wonderful cures of Rheumatism have resulted from us- ingWARDS Rheumatic aid Liver Pills that on should knowMof this great youhaveedlbut give this up by physicians and as Incurable have been relieved and A cured Day a bottle today and commence I Price COo Your druggists Belli I Wards Rheumatic and Liver Pills If he wont supply you accept no substitute but send as and we will forward you a boWs prepaid On the market for thirtyfive year A THE MINCE MEDICINE COMPANY UZNaipshlraSt Gubrlti Mm Lexington Eastern Ry Effective May 20 1906 EASTBOUND No2 No4 Stations P m A M- Lr Lexington 321 745 Winchester 310 82S II L utEJunctlon 825 R87 I Clay City 400 oils II Stanton 410 923 II Campton June 440 8500rNatural Bridge 443 054 II Torrent 457 1003 BeattyvilIeJunc618 10Z1 II 0 K Junct 605 11S8 Ar Jackson 610 1130 WESTBOUND No8 No 1 Stations P si A m- LvJack8on22 8t25 II 0 K Junct 2 80 0 20 II eattyvl1leJuno 320 7 26 II Torrent 342 747 II Natural Bridge 355 801 II Campton June 357 803 41 Stanton 425 828 II Clav City 434 837 LE Junction 503 010 I Winchester 620 023 Ar Lexington 005 1010 Trains Nos 3 and 4 dally other trains daily except Sunday The following connections are tundu dally except Sunday 0 K Junction Trains Nos 3 and 4 with 0 K for local sttations on tnoOK Railway GunipUm Junction All trains con nect with the Mountain Central for Pine Uldge and Campton J It BARR Onis SCOTT Gen Manager Gen Pass ARI r To Cure a Cold in One Day Bromo Tom lineofz Suffmrs thoroughtrial peNoanLeibyucuredba = 1 r 1lit Ttr Days r mJ 1 4- r i yr + y r H